Large Drug Trafficking Seizure In Glendale
Large Drug Trafficking Seizure In Glendale
Mardik Baghomian, 55, of Glendale, was arrested at his home last week and was charged with drug trafficking, after authorities seized nearly 14 pounds of opium, heroin and methamphetamine, along with scales, packaging materials and other items related to large-scale drug distribution. He is currently being held without bond, while Glendale police continue to investigate his alleged drug distribution activities.

Suspect has previous drug trafficking convictions

Baghomian has a history of drug trafficking convictions in Los Angeles County dating back to 2001.Glendale police arrested Baghomian in 2014 after he was found in possession of nearly 14 pounds of opium. While he was free on bond in that matter, Glendale police continued to receive complaints from neighbors regarding suspected Baghomian’s suspected drug dealing operation.

If you’ve been arrested for drug trafficking, drug possession or other drug-related crimes in Los Angeles, you’ll need the assistance of an excellent criminal defense attorney who’s experienced not only in drug trafficking defense, but also in search and seizure

Robert Helfend is a recognized criminal defense expert in the area of search and seizure. In many cases, the prosecutor’s case relies heavily on evidence seized during a search. If the search was improperly conducted, even the most damning evidence can be excluded from a trial. Without sufficient evidence to support the case, remaining charges can be reduced or dropped altogether.

Having an experienced attorney by your side in a drug trafficking case is essential. Don’t rely on an inexperienced attorney, and don’t rely on an attorney who isn’t prepared to argue the legality of search and seizure as it relates to the drug trafficking case against you. Contact Robert Helfend or call toll-free at (800) 834-6434, (310) 456-3317, (818) 591-2809 or (805) 273-5611 for an immediate consultation on your Los Angeles County drug trafficking case.

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